Believe it or not, a lot of people have never had the honor of having their house TPed, Their windows soaped or even had their door egged during Halloween! Well, if you are one of those people, and for whatever reason, you are trying to increase the odds of getting tricked, then I have a tip for you!
The tip? One word: Scarrots.
Scarrots is apparently a fun-size bag full of Baby Carrots. You know the bags I mean right? Like M&Ms come in, as well as other candies that get handed out to the little ghosts and devils who come knocking at your door shouting “Trick-or-Treat!”
Apparently, a bunch of carrot farmers have been trying to market Baby Carrots to the junk food craving crowed. They are attempting this by putting baby carrots in more mainstream junk food packaging. Some looks like bags of chips, other look like energy bar packaging. Their most recent attempt was of course Scarrots, in mini Halloween themed packages.
Scarrots however, aren’t all bad! They do come with a glow-in-the-dark press on tattoo, which might be enjoyable to some of the little tykes. Although overall, I think most kids would find this very disappointing. Scarrots, in my opinion is worse than opening your trick-or-treat bag, and finding pencils, a couple of pennies and a toothbrush!
I’m not sure how hard these Scarrots are being pushed, but locally the grocery store is pushing them quite heavily. In fact, today I went and picked up a couple of bags of candy for the trick-or-treaters, I then made my way up to the cashier, to pay for the goods. While I stood their waiting for my total, she looks at me and asks if I would be interested in purchasing a bag of Scarrots.
Now, I am not sure if this was being pushed so heavily, because nobody is buying them, or if grocery stores are trying to encourage people to provide healthier treats this year.
Either way, handing out bags of Scarrots, I firmly believe will increase your odds of getting tricked this year! Just sayin’